Who to Contact With Questions

Classwork or Lesson Content Questions

ELC Attendance, Issues, Child Care Requests, or Questions

ELC Attendance, Issues, Child Care Requests, or Questions

Contact the classroom teacher


for Middle School Teachers, see the grade level blogs to find their email addresses

ELC Attendance, Issues, Child Care Requests, or Questions

ELC Attendance, Issues, Child Care Requests, or Questions

ELC Attendance, Issues, Child Care Requests, or Questions

Contact ELC Director, Brittany Welch

email: bwelch@tlsonline.org

General Educational Questions

ELC Attendance, Issues, Child Care Requests, or Questions

General Educational Questions

Contact your respective director:

Lower School - Patty Ree: pree@tlsonline.org

Middle School - Bonnie Schnell: bschnell@tlsonline.org

Special Education Services

Special Education Services

General Educational Questions

For questions regarding IEPs and 504 plan services, please contact our Educational Services Director, April Blahut: ablahut@tlsonline.org

Counseling Services

Special Education Services

General School Questions

If you need to speak to one of our School Counselors:

Ashley Hildebrandt: ahildebrandt@tlsonline.org

Cynthia Chambers: cchambers@tlsonline.org

General School Questions

Special Education Services

General School Questions

Tuition, Praxi access: Lisa or Pam -

lmoeller@tlsonline.org, pwiechec@tlsonline.org

Head Of School -

Randy Gast: rgast@tlsonline.org

Technical Support

Teacher Blogs

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Kindergarten - Mrs. Roane

Second Grade - Mrs. Stephens

First Grade - Mrs. Hebding

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First Grade - Mrs. Hebding

Second Grade - Mrs. Stephens

First Grade - Mrs. Hebding

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Second Grade - Mrs. Stephens

Second Grade - Mrs. Stephens

Second Grade - Mrs. Stephens

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Third Grade - Mrs. Gast

Fourth Grade - Mrs. Geelhaar

Second Grade - Mrs. Stephens

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Fourth Grade - Mrs. Geelhaar

Fourth Grade - Mrs. Geelhaar

Fourth Grade - Mrs. Geelhaar

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Fifth Grade

Fourth Grade - Mrs. Geelhaar

Fourth Grade - Mrs. Geelhaar

All 5th Grade class blogs

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Sixth Grade

Seventh Grade

Seventh Grade

All 6th Grade class blogs

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Seventh Grade

Seventh Grade

Seventh Grade

All 7th Grade class blogs

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Eighth Grade

Seventh Grade

Eighth Grade

All 8th Grade class blogs

School and Church Video Messages

Devotionals and messages from Mr. Gast will appear here, and you can also click below to visit the Trinity Lutheran YouTube page to view previous messages.


 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrHqzIQadiwgiTtJEh2-60Q/videos 

Frequently Asked Questions - General

Q: How long should my student be spending on their online work?

A:  

K-4th: This will depend on each grade level 

5-8th: For 40-50 minutes on major subjects and 20-30 minutes on minor subjects. This does not all have to be done at the same time. Encourage your child, and help them, to set a manageable routine. Break up the work with regular meals, play, and rest time in between. 

Q: What if my child does not understand the concepts being taught?

A:  K-4th school teachers can be contacted by email. 5-8th grade students should use google classroom to ask questions.  

Q: When can I expect a response from a teacher?

A:  In general, teachers’ hours will be between 8am-4pm. Teachers will be available periodically throughout the day. If you email a teacher during those hours, they should respond to you by 6pm that day. If it is later than 6pm, they will get back to you the next business day.  

Q: How will students be tested?

 A:  K-4th: They will focus on instruction and assignments being completed. 5-8th: Students will demonstrate their learning and retaining concepts through online testing, assigned projects, video creations or pictures. We encourage our children to make good choices and follow God’s teachings by being honest and doing their own work.  

Q: Will teachers be flexible with due dates?

A:  Students are expected to turn in their work in the allotted time. Teachers gave a little grace last week as we began to navigate through this new way of learning. Students should communicate with the teacher any challenges that may arise preventing them from completing an assignment on time. Procedures for lateness will continue in 5-8th graders this week. Before submitting your work, make sure you have completed it to the best of your ability. 

Q: When will assignments be posted?

A: K-4th teachers will post their week’s assignment by Monday of that particular week. The 5-8th teachers will post their assignments daily at 8:00. Please look at Blogs for weekly assignments. 

Q: What kind of instructional help will be provided for my child?

A:  K-4th grade parents can email teachers for extra guidance. 5-8th students will or have already had access to Google Meet/Chat, Khan Academy, and other sites such as Zoom. A schedule is being made to allow students to meet with various teachers throughout the day.  

Parent Resources

Internet Access

If you are in need of internet access at home, Comcast is providing families with reduced rates at this time.  Click below for more information:

Tips on becoming a "Learning Coach"

While your children are working from home, these tips may help you make the most of the time spent working on schoolwork.  Article credit to EdTechEmma.com.

More details to come

Stay tuned for other resources and tips as they become available.